June 18, 2007
UCSC in the News
The San Francisco Chronicle quoted associate professor of music Karlton Hester for an article about the intersection of jazz, religion, and spirituality.
In an article about grassroots activists' involvement in Democratic Party politics, In These Times cited work by research professor Bill Domhoff of psychology and sociology.
The New York Times reviewed a performance by Ben Munisteri Dance Projects of a new work titled Terra Nova, citing the contributions of assistant theater arts professor Ted Warburton and Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) alumnus Timothy Jordan.
A Seattle Times columnist, fretting about his teenage son becoming a driver, cited reassuring fatality statistics evaluated by sociology instructor Mike Males, who “thinks grown-ups load a lot of undeserved baggage onto teens.”
A New York Times story about notable commencement speakers around the country included an excerpt from a speech given by history of consciousness professor Angela Davis at Grinnell College.
The Associated Press story about our “porn-driven” culture that featured psychology’s Eileen Zurbriggen continues to make the rounds, appearing most recently in The Star of South Africa and The Pantagraph of Bloomington, Illinois.
The Santa Cruz Good Times ran a story on “Emergence 2007,” the year-end public exhibition of the Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) graduate program. KSBW-TV also covered the story.
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